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Information Policy & Management

This page supports the information policy and management course (ADC5032).

▒ Syllabus & Announcement

▒ Exam & Assignment


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Week1. Introduction (10/09)

Required

  1. DiMaggio, P., E. Hargittai, W.R. Neuman, and J.P. Robinson. 2001. Social Implications of the Internet. Annual Review of Sociology 27(1): 307-336. PDF icon
  2. DiMaggio, Paul, Eszter Hargittai, Coral Celeste, and Steven Shafer. 2004. Digital Inequality: From Unequal Access to Differentiated Use. In Social Inequality, ed. Kathryn M. Neckerman, 355-400. New York: Russell Sage Foundation PDF icon (Working Paper)

Supplementary

  1. Digital divide & digital inequality (22min) VLC icon
  2. Class note PDF icon

Resources

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Week 2. Intellectual Property Rights (10/16)

Required

  1. Aspray (2004) Chapter 7 (Intellectual property, pp. 201-230) PDF icon
  2. Psy's Kangnam Style VLC icon
  3. Copyrights, Trademarks, Patents & Trade Secrets (8min) VLC icon

Supplementary

  1. Class note (Copyright & Software License) PDF ppt icon
  2. Chang (2007) Chapter 6 PDF
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Week 3. Information ownership (10/23)

Required

  1. May (2007) Chapter 1 (Introduction: Setting the scene, pp. 1-33) and 4 (Digital rights management: two cases for consideration, pp. 95-125) PDF icon
  2. History of DRM & Copy Protection in Computer Games (17min) VLC icon
  3. Is digital rights management a solution or a problem? (4min) VLC icon

Supplementary

  1. Class note PDF icon

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Week 4. Universal Service & Access (10/30)

Required

  1. Prasad, Rohit. 2013. Universal Service Obligation in the Age of Broadband. Information Society 29 (4): 227-233.
  2. Varian. 2005. Universal Access to Information. Communication of the ACM 48 (10): 65-66.

Supplementary

  1. Class note PDF icon
  2. FCC, Knight Foundation Discuss Universal Broadband Access (3 min) VLC icon
  3. Free Press testifies before Congress on universal broadband access (5 min) VLC icon

Resources

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Week 5. Use of Social Media (11/06)

Required

  1. Hindman (2009) Chapter 6 (Blogs: The new elite media, pp. 102-128)
  2. Reddick, Christopher G. and Donald F. Norris. 2013. Social Media Adoption at the American Grass Roots: Web 2.0 or 1.5? Government Information Quarterly 30(4): 498-507.

Supplementary

  1. Class note PDF icon
  2. Social Media (Wiki) | Classification of social media
  3. Social Media Prism

Resources

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Week 6. Freedom of Information & Privacy (11/13)

Required

  1. Narayanan & Shmatikov. 2012. Privacy and Security: Myths and Fallacies of "Personally Identifiable Information. Communication of the ACM 53(6): 24-26.
  2. Solove (2011) Chapter 1-5 (pp. 1-46) PDF icon

Supplementary

  1. Class note PDF icon

Resources

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Week 7. Freedom of Speech & Censorship (11/20)

Required

  1. Levmore and Nussbaum (2010) Chapter 1 (Speech, privacy, and reputation on the Internet, pp. 15-30) PDF icon.
  2. Solove (2007) Chapter 1 (Introduction: When poop goes primetime, pp. 1-13) and 6 (Free speech, anonymity, and accountability, pp. 125-160).
  3. Case study: Minerva Syndrome PDF icon

Supplementary

  1. Class note (cost benefit analysis) PDF icon

Resources

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Week 8. Civic Engagement (11/27)

Required

  1. Bimber and Davis (2003) Chapter 1 (The question, pp. 3-11).
  2. Putnam (2000) Chapter 9 (Against the tide? pp. 148-180).
  3. Stromer-Galley, Jennifer. 2000. On-Line Interaction and Why Candidates Avoid It. Journal of Communication 50(4): 111-132 PDF icon
  4. Class note (civic engagement) PDF icon

Supplementary

  1. Park, Hun Myoung, and James L. Perry. 2008. Does Internet use really facilitate civic engagement? Empirical evidences from the American national election studies. In Civic Engagement in a Networked Society, eds. Erik Bergrud and Kaifeng Yang, 237-270. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. PDF icon
  2. National Anthem and Marching Forward by Chun In Kwon (9min) VLC icon
  3. Candle lighting (2min) VLC icon Candlelight surf (3min) VLC icon
  4. Candlelight Gathering in Seocho (2min) VLC icon | Candlelight Gathering 2 (1min) VLC icon
  5. Hong Kong: 1.7 million march for democracy (5min) VLC icon

Final exam (week 11)